Just over a month ago, the chairman of the Philadelphia School Reform Commission took part in a pivotal, closed-door meeting to discuss the fate of a charter-school deal potentially worth $60 million, only hours after he publicly recused himself from voting on the matter due to a conflict of interest.
SRC Chairman Robert Archie confirmed his participation in the private session in an e-mail statement to NewsWorks and the Public School Notebook.
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